For the festive season Sleek have released a limited edition three-piece collection of Christmassy and wintery berry colours all wrapped up in a shiny red package. Each item is also labelled in shimmery red colours giving them a unique and festive touch. The set has a lipstick, blush and kohl liner all of which are a rich and deep berry colour, perfect for creating a warm and sophisticated evening look or for a healthy colour pop in the cold weather day or night!
I love the matte black packaging with red detail and I like the bulkiness of the products, it makes them easier to use and to apply with. The kohl in particular is really chunky so you have the option of applying thick streaks of colour or easy application all over the lid to create a base for shadow or it looks equally as great on its own. Like with all Sleek products that we've written about or used in videos, the quality against the price point is brilliant, all three of these products are really long wearing and stay in place all day and are fantastically pigmented. This set is £10 and for having three really essential and effective products in it, makes it incredibly affordable.
The Mossberry eyeliner is, as you can see from above on the left, a deep purple currant colour that works brilliantly for creating a soft and rich smoky eye, the formula of the kohl is really soft which makes it great for blending and working with. The lipstick is a True Colour lipstick called cranberry which has more of a red tone to it and I have been pairing it with gold eyeshadow for a really Christmassy look, it also looks great gently pressed into the lips for a subtle but effective stroke of colour. The lipstick is sold as a matte shade but has a hint of gloss to it, which keeps the lips looking hydrated and nourished. The blusher called Fenberry is quite a dark peachy-red colour so a little goes a long way with this, for a fairer skin like mine only a very small amount is needed for ample and healthy looking rosey cheeks. Check the set out and get while you can at Sleek's website here.